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HEATING VENTILATION & SERVICES 53 Panasonic’s quiet revolution


As many of us get used to the reality of spending more time at home, the benefits of having a quiet, yet extremely efficient heating and domestic hot water system have become more obvious. According to independent tests, the Panasonic Aquarea J Generation R32 Mini Monobloc range and 16kW Bi-Bloc


T-Cap Super Quiet air-to water heat pumps have been confirmed to have impressively low levels of noise when in operation. Aquarea A2W Heat Pumps are proving popular with developers looking to provide highly efficient heating and hot water, whilst also providing homeowners with a reliable system offering long-term energy savings.


01344 853 393 www.aircon.panasonic.eu /GB_en/ Vent-Axia Launches the Multivent MEV Family


Vent-Axia has launched the Multivent MEV family, a new range of mechanical extract ventilation (MEV) and decentralised MEV (dMEV) designed to provide a simple and effective solution to help housebuilders meet the Future Homes Standard. The new Multivent MEV family is therefore the ideal solution for new build residential projects, helping housebuilders meet DER requirements


through its market-leading energy efficiency and improving indoor air quality (IAQ) for homeowners. A reliable, highly efficient, quiet and easy to operate ventilation system is key to unlocking a healthier, greener future. The Vent-Axia Multivent MEV family offers just that.


0344 856 0590 www.vent-axia.com Titon FireSafe® Air brick is the perfect solution for development


Titon has recently supplied the new Fire Safe Air Brick® at the new Timber Works residential development in Cambridge.The development, a project undertaken by AJ Mechanical Services Ltd (AJM) is among one of their largest contracts to date, with an order worth £3.5 million. Timber Works is part of a calibration between Cambridge City Council and Hill Investment Partnership. They both combined to form the Cambridge Investment Partnership (CIP) whose aim is to develop affordable housing in the heart of Cambridge. The Titon FireSafe® Air Brick is a specialist product developed and manufactured to offer low resistance to airflow, and high resistance to fire, as set out in Approved Document B (fire safety) volume 1: Dwellings, 2019 edition. The Titon FireSafe® Air Brick is designed and tested to BS EN13141-2:2010 specifically for mechanical ventilation systems. Made from 1.2mm electrogalvanized sheet steel, fire class A1 ‘no contribution to fire’ and polyester powder coating meeting EN13501-1 classification A2- s1,d0. The Titon FireSafe® Air Brick is ideal for fire safety applications. Commenting on the Timber Works Development, Laura French, Titon’s Area Sales Manager stated: “It was a pleasure to work with AJM on this development, Titon’s aim was to support them with their specific requirements and ultimately deliver the solution that was required.”


0800 970 4190 www.titon.com/firesafe


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